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leased a statement. i was aggressively attacked by a new york times reporter all too ready to defend two of them and ready to disport my words. it's ti >> santorum decided to use the confrontation with the new york times to benefit himself. he says the subscription to new york times costs 30 bucks. he hopes folks will forego their subscription and donate the 30 bucks to the campaign. >> you hear pundits saying
authorities and medical assistance at the airport. >> flight 191 in new york to las vegas landed in arm dillow texas. a captain who happened to be a passenger went in the cockpit to assist the co pilot. he was subdued and taken to the hospital. they are calling it a medical situation. he is 49 years old. he has been with jetblue for 12 years has a wife and a child. the media is really trying to learn everything they can about him. we suspect to hear a lot more over the next couple days and weeks to come. >> so bizarre. hats off to the individual that held him down. >> image being on the flight. we are going to talk with one of the passengers of the flight later this morning. at 5:30 that passenger is coming up. lea leads us to the question of the day. what would you do if you were on
here in new york. it was an interesting company with what i thought were some really fabulous designs. but something on the business side seemed to be missing and we found out that the company was in trouble. and that's why we decided to step in and give the owners a "your business" makeover. ♪ when brothers steven and gregory started their bridal dress company, fancy new york in 2008, they couldn't believe the initial reaction. at their very first trade show, while their peers snickered, the bridal editors noticed. >> this tall, elegant woman walked over to us, i love the sleeves and collars. tell me the story. >> i knew there was something about the business that was going to work. >> reporter: fancy new york was doing something different. nowhere in the collection would you find the commonplace long strapless dresses. their look was vintage inspired, comfortable, t-length dresses. >> the mood of our brand was to have a nostalgic approach to dressing on your wedding day. >> reporter: the business was a dream come true for the two brothers. both laid off during the recession, steve
and hezbollah operations here inside the united states. in fact, just this week in new york city, the southern district of new york, another trial has begun of a building superintendent who is charged with attempting to provide weapons and support and supplies to hezbollah. today our national interests, namely standing with our major ally israel, increasingly puts us incross-hairs as iran moves dangerously closer to making a nuclear bomb. iran is feeling the heat and already has responded with its trademark terrorist brutality overseas. we've seen this before. in beirut, 1983. buenas aires, 1992 and '94. the towers in 1996, captain adams was killed, a constituent of mine. if iran had its way, washington, d.c. would have also witnessed terrible carnage amit the smoking rooks of a local restaurant only a few months ago. many counterterrorism insiders were stunned last october by tehran's blazing plot by its intelligence service dogs to assassinate saudi arabia's ambassador by bombing the city, washington, d.c., our nation's capit capital. i congratulate the fbi for thwarting this attack on our c
, little charlotte. he moved to new york city in 1948, where benny goodman hire him and he became very famous in new york at the time and he died in new york in 2001. one of the pieces of my ticket to ride is how many cubans of irish ancestry are there. because this connected to my family, that's why i wanted to read it to you. in the 40's, my father moved to new york in search of his destiny. he learned to make brillantine in red, blue and golden colors to give a beautiful sheen to the hair. in his spare time, when he could break free from his alchemist's captive vit, he would go listen to cuban music at the park plaza hotel in manhattan. those were happy times and years later became a happy tomic with me, convinced early on that my father inhabited a magic world. a few years ago, while listening to a recording of cuban blues by chico, i remembered in new york in those stories of the 40's that chico and my father met at club cuba in manhattan and again in havana in the mid-50's. the sessions of chico's house in our neighborhood became so famous that even my father, not particularly fo
. a great deal in common. both born in new york. both only children. both had doting parents. botha id the gadget jaded, roosevelt went to harvard. hughes went to brown. both were to term reform governors of new york. that is what was then, in. but the deal uncommon but roosevelt raised in gilded splendor in hyde park. his parents james and sarah took europe on a would curious extended summer tour every summer. he was sent to the preps go go -- school before matriculate being to harvard. roosevelt had a very comfortable life. use of the and son of a baptist minister who preached upstate new york. also new jersey. of family of modest means, and hughes was self-taught. that could be somewhat deceptive although his parents were educated, they were very, very vigorous teachers and taught turn the as he was called literature, history, foreign languages and math and his mother made him total line literally and schooled himself in mathematics and read deeply on his own. of the plan year of former -- formal school before he graduated ps 35 in new york city at the age of 12. he wanted to go to
at this, tonight. >> hello, everyone, it is 5:00 in new york city, and this is "the five." president obama's attorney subsequent holder has decided to take on the new york police department. why? because they are trying to prevent muslim radicals from launching another attack on american soil. as you may know the nypd monitors certain people not pus -- muslim community that they think could be a threats. many liberals do not like the idea and have been outspoken. and, today, holder joined the crowd saying this on capitol hill. >> what i read publicly and what i have read in the newspapers is disturbing and these are things under review at the justice department. >> disturbing? mr. holder is "disturbed." it is not the islamist he is disturbed about but the new york police department and we remind the attorney general there are plenty of patriotic muslims who support what the police commissioner and new york's no onest -- and new york's finest are doing. >> we are here to thank nypd for doing the work we as muslims should do. >> we are on the side of the united states of america, the governm
>>> demand for justice. hundreds marched in new york city calling for the arrest of the man who shot and killed an unarmed black teenager. >> my son was screaming for his life. >>> mitt romney campaign is all shook up as he's forced to claim a comment by a staffer. >>> and feeling the pain. the nfl tackles bounty hunting with a big hit on the new orleans saints. >> we have a serious violation of an existing rule that threatens the health and welfare of our players. >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, march 22, 2012. >>> good morning. i'm betty nguyen. >>> we begin with the outcry over the shooting of an unarmed black teenager in florida. the neighborhood watch man who shot the teen has not been arrested for last month's shooting. here in new york a demonstration was held in memory of trayvon manuel gallegus was there. >> reporter: a crowd of supporters surrounded the parents of 17-year-old trayvon martin as they left a rally in manhattan's union square. it was hectic but peaceful. supporters are calling for justice for the teen who was shot dead by a man in his flor
my brothers and i were invited to perform in the presence in upstate new york for the holiday. it was not a big political thing. it was a holiday. we were just going to go and sing sing christmas carols, do some rap songs, whether we could do to cheer up the brothers that were locked up. we started to do it over and over again. it was only 10 years later and that we began to see ways to use that in a more pro-active way. we would come out of a nightclub in new york city, my brother, my cousin, and i. we had had some experience with the police harassing us on the streets. this particular night, somebody had gotten into a fight, we were probably the only black folks in a white neighborhood the party that they were at, they were playing salsa, marvin gaye, and we were hanging out after the birthday party. we got caught up in a situation where the police had been called for shots fired. we happened to be the only black people there, they got us and put us in jail. that was the first day that you mentioned. the long and short of it is, i was in my second year of law school at the t
. >> yes. >> and getting traded to the new york jets. >> i can't see how this is good. you think denver has a lot of people look at him. >> and that is robert griffin 3. and tim tebow. >> who is not -- . >> and you not robert griffin, but he does, a mobile quarterback, like rg-3 and did it had a -- does it in a different way. if i'm mark sankez in new york, i'm going why are you bringing in 15? >> and this is going to be a big issue for sanchez. as soon as he throws an interception. >> right. >> and people will say -- . >> and to bring tebow. >> this wildcat stuff from last year. >> yeah. >> to some extent and this waiting three quarters and waiting for a miracle at the end of the game, that is not going to work. >> and do you think they'll figure out how to put him in their in. >> and that is not going to work. you saw signs of it last year. >> and they caught on to it. >> i have two words for tim the bow. >> okay. >> earmuffs. [ laughter ] >> and the man likes the four- letter words. >> yes. >> and that is a whole other issue. >> i know. >> and the new york media. >> and the new york medi
cities in my life. i grew up in chicago. i've worked mostly in new york, but i spent a year in los angeles. i've worked in washington for several years. and during the war, i lived and worked in london. and now i live in paris. c-span: what organizations have you worked for in your life? >> guest: i started out with life magazine all through world war ii. that's where i got my basic training. and then i became picture editor of ladies' home journal, executive editor of magnum photos, which is an international cooperative picture agency and with offices now in four cities. and then i got into newspapers. first the washington post and, finally, the new york times. and when i went to paris 15 years ago, i cooked up a job as paris correspondent for the national geographic. c-span: where do you live now? >> guest: paris. c-span: and throughout these years, what was your job? >> guest: i was always a picture editor. i was kind of a lazy writer, and i f--i became comfortable working with pictures, and especially, with photographers. photographers are kind of like children and th--and i've
.m., 30 rock in new york city. a rally is planned to demand the arrest of george zimmerman, the watch cam tan who shot and killed trayvon martin last month in what he calls self-defense. he was unarmed and walking home at the time of the shooting. his parents joined a demonstration in new york city yesterday. hundreds of protesters calling for justice back in florida. city commissioners approved a motion of no confidence in the police chief over his department's handling of this case. in a written statement, bill lee says zimmerman's claims of self- self-defense were supported by evidence at the scene. the police report makes no mention of that. still, nnss ron allen reports they are simply following the law. >>> with a grand jury about to review the case, they gather evidence at a gated community where trayvon martin was gunned down by a neighborhood watchman. the claim was supported by physical evidence and testimony. the orlando sentinel spoke to a witness. >> i saw someone laying on the ground and i heard someone yelling for help. i heard a shot and right when i heard the shot, the sc
is receiving medical attention after he had to be restrained on a flight from new york to las vegas. nbc's curt gregory reports. >> this is home video captured on youtube on board a jet blue flight when the passengers heard screaming. the plane was flying from new york to las vegas when sources say the captain began acting erratically. the co-pilot became concerned. an off-duty captain on board and witnesses say the pilot then seemed to lose control. >> just out of his minds. screaming and saying his to his passenge passengers, say your prayers. >> passengers quickly restrained him while the cockpit declared an in-flight emergency. >> we're going to need authorities and medical assistance at the airport. >> i ran off and we were face to face, me and the captain. we spoke a little bit. and i got him turned around and then other passengers jumped on and we all got on top of him. >> the flight was diverted to amiriloo was the captain was diverted and receiving proper medical care. >> well, meanwhile, on another flight last night, a passenger caused the distor bans, allegedly hitting a flight. afte
brooklyn, new york. >> so why brooklyn, brooklyn growing up for me, i grew up in the 50s. you had the brooklyn dodger, everybody great that i knew of whether it be jackie gleason or walt wittman who i read about in college and high school, everybody seemed it to come from broo brook-- brack lynn, my dream is always about people, always about people, about people using the things that i'm able to build. it's about people using anarena, coming, being entertained, creating happy innocence an arena. about people leaving the building, and feeling wonderful about it it's about going to "new york times" building and seeing that news is produced there. it's about metro tech and saving jobs and making sure to maintain jobs. i've done a lot in retail in new york city, in the burrows. it's about people from my consumer background being able to buy things that are quality and less expensive. it's always for me about people. you know, i don't get as big a charge as people might think about the fact that i have built these buildings. i'm proud of it, yes. i always get wonderful feeling when i w
coming back in. so we're going do it in a responsible way. >> but "the new york times" this morning says the obama administration is considering accelerating withdrawal of u.s. sold forces from afghanistan. the name of the suspected gunman has not been released burke we know he's from a base south of seattle. as ben tracy reports, the base has seen its trouble. >> reporter: iraq war veteran jorge gonzalez was shocked by the murder of afghan civilians but not where the soldier was based. >> i thought, it figures that he's from here. >> reporter: gonzalez runs a veteran known coffee shop for the base where he offers comfort to troubled soldiers. some here have had four or more combat tours in iraq and afghanistan. >> nobody can take that much combat, nobody can take that much stress. and they're final going to hit the wall and explode. >> reporter: this base has grappled with a series of high-profile incidents. four soldiers from lewis-mcchord were convicted in the 2010 thrill killings of three afghan civilians. an a soldier murlded a park ranger on mt. ranier. since 2010, 26 lewis-mcchord
from coming back in. so we're going do it in a responsible way. >> but "the new york times" this morning says the obama administration is considering accelerating withdrawal of soldiers from. the name of the suspected sergeant has not been released. as ben tracy reports, the base has seen its trulk. >> reporter: iraq war veteran jorge gonzalez was not shocked by the killings of the afghan civilians but not by the base. he runs a veteran known coffee shop for the base where he often aurs comfort to troubled soldiers. some here hat four or more combat tours in iraq and afghanistan. >> nobody can take that much combat, nobody can take that much stress. and they're final going to hit the wall and explode. >> reporter: this base has grappled with high-profile incidents. there was the 2010 thrill killing of ten afghans. and a soldier murdered a park ranger on mt. ranier. since then, 26 lewis-mcchord soldiers have committed sue sight. >> they give up. they have nowhere else to turn and they thought the military would have their base for life lr last month the medical center was pl
>> hello, everyone. i'm kimberly guilfoyle. it's 5:00 o'clock in new york city. this is "the five". >> david and samantha, great purpose and design of our alliance. may we remain now and always faith. service. cheers, everyone. >> i propose a toast to the president, to the first lady, and to the people of the united states of america. cheers. >> what time is it? party time at the white house last night 'cause president obama was hosting a state dinner for british prime minister david cameron. as is tradition, they exchanged toasts, they took pictures pictd ate a bunch of good food. "the five" of us didn't make the cut. unacceptable. guess who did? of course, you've got the diplomats, the political, media types, but also dozens of obama's biggest bundlers. big shots like warren buffet and even a list celebrities like george clooney who was asked about it today. >> it was really nice. i really enjoyed the evening. i was very impressed with the prime minister and his wife as well. >> all right. so boling, you're probably not going to be on the president's list any time soon. but aren
the 2012 national book critic circle awards from the new school in new york city. the awards are presented annually by the nation's critics in six categories, nonfiction, autobiography, biography, criticism, fiction, and poetry. this year's award ceremony also includes the presentation of the ivan sandroff award for lifetime achievement to robert silvers editor of the new york books. this is just over an hour. >> so good evening, i'm director of the new writing school program. it's my pleasure to welcome you on the occasion of the award ceremony of the national book critic circle awards. we want to welcome everybody back who attended last night's powerful evening of readings by the nominated writers. >> those of you who are here will readily admit that you experiences something stylish, wonders are and rare. we'll want to welcome other critics and reviewers who come from new york and magazines from all across the country. the graduate writing program cosponsored with nbcc. they are the only literary honors that are bestowed by practicing critics and reviewers. last night, eric banks the pr
of the 20th century. they had a great deal in common. both were born in new york, both were only children to doting parents. both were ivy league educated. roosevelt went to harvard, and hughes went to brown. both were two-term, reform governors of new york. so that was the, what they have in common. now, they had a good deal that they did not have in common as well. roosevelt's parents, james and sarah, took franklin to europe on a very luxurious, extended summer tour every summer. they sent him to prep school which was a prep school for rich boys before matriculating mainly to harvard. so he, roosevelt, had a very, very comfortable life. hughes, on the other hand, was the son of an eye tin rat baptist minister who preached in upstate new york, glen falls, and also in new jersey. they were a family of very modest means, and hughes was essentially home taught. partly, that can be somewhat descent i have. -- deceptive. his apartments were -- parent bees were quite well educated, and they taught charlie as he was called as a boy modern language -- foreign languages and literature and histor
to get better every day. >> bill: faith based quarterback tim tebow heading for the big sinful new york apple. will the new york city press rip him up? some say yes. ♪ california girls were unforgettable ♪ daze daisy dukes bikinis on top. >> katie perry aligning herself with the u.s. marine corps. what? we will tell you what's going on. ♪ captions by closed captioning services >> caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. president obama getting involved with the shooting death of a teenage boy in florida. that's the subject of talking points memo. high school senior shot dead a few weeks ago by 28-year-old george zimmerman acting as a neighborhood watch guy. zimmerman said he shot the teenager because he felt the young man was a danger to him. there is a law in florida that allows folks to use deadly force if they feel threatened. zimmerman has not been charged with any crime and continues to carry the weapon that killed trayvon. today president obama
making headlines across the country as we see in this morning's new york post. president obama has made his own concerns very clear in very certainly terms, underscoring the national interest in this story. anna werner is in sanford with more. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning,. what began as a shoot agent this flex in florida, in a town many people had probably never heard of before has become a cause for thousands, including the president. ♪ give my heart ♪ >> reporter: this prayer vigil in sanford friday night was the latest show of support for slain florida teen trayvon martin and the flames sparked by his death at the hands of a neighborhood watchman is engulfing the country. as many as 8,000 people gathered in philadelphia last night to march in memory of the unarmed 17-year-old who was shot to death last month. and in miami, 12,000 students walked out of school friday, some showing solidarity by forming trayvon's initials on the school's football field. >> they're like our crutches, we're able to lean on the supporters and they're standing
of the u.s. economy. >>> live from post 9 on the floor of the new york stock exchange, this is the final and most important hour of the trading day. >> very good afternoon to you, welcome to the closing bell, i'm simon hobbs at the new york stock exchange. >> simon, good see you, hi, everybody, i'm maria bartiromo a mark that's is flat here that is a victory really isn't it, simon? we had the lows hit earlier today in the morning and financials under pressure and computer stocks among the laggards. >> come back in a straight line, now down about 15 points on the dow. not bad. >> volume still under pressure, talking about very low numbers day in and day out, you have got to take a look at oil, not a big movement in oil today, $106 barrel oil. i wonder what your sources are saying as far as the magic number to actually start having different decisionmaking happening on the part of consumers. >> we are not far off. once you start talking about $4 a gallon gas, obviously then you're in some difficulty what people seem to be focusing on far more at the moment is that employment report on frid
another one of the beautiful gems that i found in new york in a yiddish archives it's been lost for so many years. i was lucky to perform it in new york for october for a big jewish audience and people fell in love with it. it's a true story and something that still exists now. this means god watches over -- this piece a girlfriend her boyfriend goes to war and she says, i was lucking to be in love for a little while. i had love and everything i could ever want and now he's off at war and i'm alone. and i don't know what will happen after this. will he kill another mother's child. will i have to live with that? god watch over my belove ed and all the mother's sons. [music] [applause] >> so, not sure how much time we have left? keep going. all right. right? all right. so the next few pieces i wanted to tell you about. one is by [inaudible] and the other is by the same composer that did [inaudible] those conductors the father of russian music. know this song is not a song that was a yiddish it was a russian song and translated to yiddish because people loved it so much when they immigra
scolding a "new york times" reporter and even swearing at him. >> it's bull [bleep] >> bill: brit hume will analyze that. [chanting] >> we love obama care. >> bill: the supreme court begins hearing arguments on obama care even as most americans believe it is unconstitutional. we will have the latest on that explosive story. >> care for every family. >> bill: caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the trayvon martin case takes an even more intense turn if you can believe it that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. last week we told you the factor would not try this case on television as other news operations are doing. you may remember that we showed restraint in the duke lacrosse rape case and we were correct while most other news organizations were guilty of irresponsible reporting and ultimately proved wrong. we have to examine the trayvon martin situation because it's now a nationwide story. today there were rallies planned
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